When the peasant protests entered the ninth day, some borders adjacent to the capital remained closed on Friday due to traffic movements. The Delhi Traffic Police has issued traffic advisories for commuters from Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon and Faridabad. The Delhi traffic police said in a series of tweets that the border between Singh and Tikri, which these farmers are protesting, remains closed. In addition, we advised people coming from Ghaziabad to Delhi to use Apsara / Bopla / DND as the NH 24 Ghaziabad border will be closed on Friday.
“The Tikri-Jharoda border is closed due to traffic movements. The Badusarai border is open only to light vehicles such as cars and motorcycles. The Delhi Traffic Police said that the Jhatikra border is open only to motorcycle traffic. The borders of Singh, Rampur, Auchandi, Safia Bird, Pia Omaniyari and Sabori are closed, he added. Route 44 is closed on both sides.
“The NH24 Ghaziabad border has been closed to traffic from Ghaziabad to Delhi due to peasant protests. Those coming to Delhi are advised to use Apsara / Bopla / DND,” he added.
The peasant leaders’ meeting with the central government on Thursday (3 December) ended without any decision here in Bigyan Bhavan, but both sides agreed to hold a meeting for the next round on 5 December. .. During a meeting with the union leader.
Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar told reporters after a seven-and-a-half-hour meeting that “MSP (minimum support price) will not change and will not change,” the next meeting will be on Saturday. (December 5th) It was held at 2:00 pm.
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